Seven summer schools in Bedford help pupils catch up

Scheme aimed at bridging the gap in education lost during pandemic

Wednesday, 4th August 2021, 2:45 pm
Updated Wednesday, 4th August 2021, 2:48 pm

Seven schools in Bedford are opening their doors and hosting a summer school.

The Department for Education has funded the programme as part of the Government’s plan to bridge the gap in education lost during the pandemic.

The schools are hosting a range of activities including supporting those pupils who are making the transition to secondary school.

Seven schools in Bedford are opening their doors over the summer

The participating Bedford schools are:

Biddenham International School and Sports College

Bedford Academy

Goldington Academy

Daubeney Academy

Mark Rutherford School

Kempston Challenger Academy

Wixams Academy